- Farage’s 10 Yr old fanboi letter…
I’m ignoring the views of someone that doesn’t know where the address goes on a letter, or that Dear Nigel should be signed off Yours Sincerely.
At your school they should drop the pro EU brainwashing and bring back caning for basic errors. If we’re going to have a return to Empire you can’t pick and choose only the bits you like.
Neat handwriting though.Posted 5 months agotomhowardSubscriber
This is the problem with “our side” we are too honest. Farage is winning becasue he is happy to manipulate. I don’t know how to solve it.
That, and “our side” use dull statistics and warnings about things that the majority can’t or don’t want to understand.
Farage (and Boris, and Trump, and Bush before them) uses much more general and emotive language that gets people fired up. Eg, ‘We don’t need those experts, with their numbers and statistics, we need to make Britain great! Huzzah!Posted 5 months agonastybobbyMember
Oh Christ! If that’s legit, in less than a decade there’s every chance there’ll be a William Hague type clone stalking English politics. If there isn’t enough to be worried about already.
As an experiment, this kid should try calling his closest school friends idiots, tell them all he’d be better off without them and the kids from the other school across town are far superior. Then see how he gets on at school come Panini stickers trading season (or whatever 10 year olds are into these days).Posted 5 months agoNicoMember
as in you don’t know the recipient’s name
I’m not taking lessons from anybody that would write the above.
I suspect that letter was written by a girl (round handwriting) and a girl that likes random capitalisation at that. Why is the “m” in “I’m” in superscript (no apostrophe in the second example)? That letter was written by Trump.Posted 5 months ago
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